Thursday, August 16, 2012

this is my favorite card I've ever made

For reals.
I love, love, love it.

I made it with some scraps of My Mind's Eye Indie Chic and a flower cut on my Cameo.
It will be a while before another card makes me this happy.

I hear the angels singing! Here's another shot...
I love how full the flower is! I love that little pop of floral at the bottom. The colors are delish.
I popped up the center with a foam pop dot. I put the leaves on a strip of kraft and then covered them with another strip of kraft.

This is made on a kraft card base.
The cupcake card I made recently is actually the very same sketch. It is going on my "go-to" list!

This card just makes me so happy! Hope you enjoy it too.

13 comments:

Susanmcl said...

Beautiful cards- this and the cupcake card. Just wondering what pretty font you are using. Thx

TracieClaiborne said...

It's my new favorite! Lavanderia! It's a "name your price" font. Just google it. Thanks!

Lisa Rukin Swift said...

This is so lovely, Tracie! Love the layered flower and beautiful color scheme. So fresh and pretty!

senoritaml said...

Very nice! I really like your colors.

PaperPixie said...

And for good reason. This card is simply gorgeous. The flower is SO vibrant and every detail came together perfectly!

Jingle said...

I can see why this is a favorite! Absolutely gorgeous!

~Melissa~ said...

Cutie cute!! :)

Jenny Lilac said...

That is a beautiful card! I love the texture on the flower and the combination of patterns. Very classy looking!

Jasmine said...

Fantastic card, Tracie! I LOVE that flower, beautiful colours, as well.
-Jasmine-
alittledabofglue.blogspot

laura said...

Terrific card. I love how the flower petals stand up on the page.

Madeline said...

Beautiful! I can see why it's your favorite!

Erica said...

This is gorgeous!

Jann Gray said...

This might be my favorite card you have ever made too! Love the pop of floral at the bottom (and those are all my favorite colors) and yes - I do love the fullness of the flower too! Just mah-velous darling!